To Register for the Fall/Winter League Program, register BELOW. (Program Information is listed below):
Early Bird Discount - Registrations completed up to June 15th, 2018. Please note that Early Bird Discounts do not apply to U6 players. The early bird fees must be received or payment arrangements confirmed with email@example.com within 30 days of registration to qualify for Earlybird discount.
Regular Registration Fees - Registrations completed from June 16th to August 1st, 2018
Registrations received after August 1st will be subject to a $25 late fee which is included in above fees.
It is important at competitive levels to complete your registration by August 15th to be included in finalized team lists
An additional rep fee will apply if your child makes a rep/dev team. This fee is non-refundable once a player has accepted a position in these teams.
Metro Select League - please see Delta Coastal Selects for information and registration at the Selects level.
Refunds after August 1st are subject to a $50 administration fee .
No refunds after the first Training Session .
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a refund and the reason for the refund
Rep teams: Players who have accepted a position on an NDSC MSL/Div 1 or Div 2 team are not eligible for a refund if they leave after 48 hours of accepting a position on a rep team to play on another club's MSL/Div 1/Div2/Gold/Silver/Rep team.
No refunds will be provided to due to weather cancellations.
U6-U10 Mini Program
The U6-U10 Club Program will participate in one training session and one game day from September to March. Games are scheduled on Saturdays and will be played at one of the fields in North Delta and ending the season with our Herb Betts Jamboree. All teams will practice once per week with their volunteer team coach. For the U6 and U7, they will be training on a Turf/Grass field until the Thanksgiving weekend, after that they will be training in a school gym.
All teams at the mini/micro level will follow a club curriculum. Coaches will receive professional instruction on coaching philosophy, organization and session structure through the clubs weekly coach development program provided by our Technical Staff.
The curriculum of the Micro Development Program is designed to meet the learning objectives of Learning to Train (Stage 3) of the CSA’s Long Term Player Development Pathway. By allowing the professional staff to support every player/coach in these ages, it ensures that everyone receives a consistent coach and player development seasonal plan.
U11-U18 Club Program
Our U11-U18 Boys Club Program, season runs from September to March. The club’s goal is to provide resources to all players, and help players and teams reach short and long term goals of development, through our extensive partnerships, training, academies, and player development. During the season, players are expected to attend practices once a week and play 1 game.
This stage focuses on identifying and developing players and coaches for advancement to higher levels.
As the need for technical proficiency continues, players of these age groups and levels will participate in a Technical Development program for technical/tactical practice sessions, “possession with purpose”. This methodology ensures the developmental priorities of the players technical and tactical needs are being met. The training for this program includes dribbling, turning, passing & receiving, and shooting.
U11 – U18 Rep Team Program
The purpose of a Rep Team is to provide an opportunity for qualified players to compete at a higher level of competition with players that are like minded. For returning players, the identification of these players is done through a (past) season-ending assessment by the player’s team Head Coach and an a assessment process incorporating 2 or 3 assessment sessions observed by evaluators and the rep team coaches.
To provide high quality, competitive Rep team programs which will further the development of players and coaches towards as high a skill and proficiency level
Encourage excellence and sportsmanship amongst Rep team players and coaches, and
To enhance each player’s enjoyment of the game of soccer.
To play at any Rep level will involve a greater commitment of time, travel and additional costs by the player, with the greatest commitments being required at the higher Rep level(s) in each age group.
During the season, parents and players can expect that Rep practices will be held at least twice a week with a possible additional functional or fitness-focused session, and one game per week. It is also highly recommended that players participate in a core conditioning or related skills session once a week, in addition to practices.
**For Information on the Intro Program (Born 2014/2015) please go to Intro to Soccer Program.